Though the name the Affecter may have a pejorative ring, attention to his work reveals his accomplishment as an artist. The representation of Dionysos, the god of wine, exemplifies the Affecter's solid, slow-moving figures, sometimes ungainly but always articulated with the most precise and varied detail.
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